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    VH-1 Pilot Hunts for Stage Moms

    Casting directors Shana Landsburg and Teri Fiddleman will spend the next four weeks searching for stage moms and dads to be featured in a reality series pilot produced by Skybridge Productions for VH-1. Said to resemble the Bravo reality series The It Factor, which follows the lives of actors as ...

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    Five New Yorkers Win Directing, Design Grants from NEA/TCG

    Five New Yorkers have been tapped to receive National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group (NEA/TCG) grants of $17,500, enabling early career directors or designers to expand their artistic boundaries and increase their knowledge of their field. Each program is designed to match the recipient's goals.

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    Awake and Sing!

    With great detail, director Louis Contey persuasively establishes the passionately intense tone of the Bergers, a Jewish-American family stuck together in a cramped Bronx apartment.

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    Nat'l Arts and Humanities Month Revs Up

    From Anchorage to Annapolis, from Kennebunkport to Key Biscayne, all 50 states are gearing up to participate in an October tradition: National Arts and Humanities Month.

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    AFTRA, SAG Confidentially Okay Digital

    The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists appear to have settled a portion of their battle over digital-production jurisdiction.

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    Faster

    Three lowlifes mark time in a dingy basement.

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    Miami Dade Leads Carbonell Nominations

    The big winners in the 27th Annual Carbonell Nominations were six Miami Dade County theatres which captured almost 60% of the selections, far outdistancing fellow venues in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

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    Musical Theatre Alliance Taps New Executive Director

    The National Alliance of Musical Theatre (NAMT) has tapped Kathy Evans to assume the role of executive director, effective Oct. 7.

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    TCG Elects New Board Members

    The Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for American not-for-profit theatre, has elected a slate of new officers and four new members to serve on its board of directors.